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Classic Kitchens & Baths
KBIS & Country Home Magazine 2008 Showhouse Project
Where is the welcome mat from??
welcome mat...Classic Kitchens & Baths...Floors and welcome mat...welcome mat
well. Make sure you use a rubber pad underneath to prevent it from slipping.
Door Mat. Rocks and dirt have a funny way of traveling throughout the house
not a "shoes-off" rule. Keep dust and dirt at bay by using a pretty door mat. Shake it out once a week and wash it once a month and you're good to go.
Fredman Design Group
pool room. This isn't cold looking and seems good for wet areas , also for slipping. Great idea!
floor mat. blue...Downstairs bath
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We'd like to consider non-white cabinetry for the mudroom. This is likely too dark for our tastes, but just wanted to
Non-white accents/cabinetry for basement
housebroken yet. Simply swap the shower door. Bonus: no running and hiding at bath time.
Dog bathing area...Dog bath...Bath for the dogs
Blue Tangerine Art
Art as Pop
Solid beige berber mat in entry would tie into beige berber in dining and library. Nice clean look
I like the millwork - colors (or lack thereof) and non traditional elements for an added surprise.
Entryway mat...Large mat in entry door
Christina Jeffrey Lifestyle
wallpaper, but mostly I like the feel of this entrance. Notice the outdoor mat in the corner.
Paper for half bath...shoe mat...welcome mat...boot mat
Just a Girl
Just a Girl
realistic and could be done with non-insulated out door mudroom?
shelving in the kitchen because of its chrome finish. You can also add clear mats so that items stand tall and are sturdy.
like address numbers on the door, a freshly painted handrail and a welcome mat. A rack for shoes and outerwear will provide structure, as will a bench. Note:
Slip covered chair...color of mat